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I called it. That game against Chris Tillman would be the most frustrating contest of the series. Can he just regress already and save us the stress?

  • It wasn’t an easy night for the Red Sox. A few missed opportunities & a bunch of line drive outs later, the team ended up saddled with the loss. (Boston loses 3-2 to Baltimore)

I loathe you, Tillman.

Categories: 2013 Boston Red Sox Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox Chris Tillman Daniel Bard David Ortiz Jacoby Ellsbury Jerry Remy Mike Carp Shane Victorino

Brett Cowett is a young, die-hard Red Sox fan. An undergrad at Arizona State University, Brett is studying digital journalism with a minor in Dustin Pedroia studies. Apart from laughing at Nick Swisher's escapades in the field, Brett enjoys the occasional sci-fi flick, playing Halo, and being snarky. Follow him at @BACowett for more baseball, random musings, and random baseball musings.

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  1. MalenaDinwoodie August 30, 2013 at 2:12 PM #

    In the eighth inning, with ellsbury on 3rd, Ortiz at the plate, 2 outs, down by one, and the shift is on, why on earth would ortiz not drop a bunt down the third base line and bring in the tying run EASILY? Am I missing something? Was I not paying attention and misread the situation? Please explain. To me, that could have been the difference maker.

  2. BACowett September 2, 2013 at 7:35 AM #

    MalenaDinwoodie You’d want a speedy guy to do a suicide squeeze like that. And generally, you don’t bunt with a guy like Ortiz batting – the chances are higher that he’ll get a hit than a successful bunt.